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Optimal Trading Strategies: Quantitative Approaches for Managing Market Impact and Trading Risk

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Optimal Trading Strategies: Quantitative Approaches for Managing Market Impact and Trading Risk

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Optimal
Trading Strategies: Quantitative Approaches for Managing Market Impact
and Trading Risk


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Everyday financial professionals are required to
make important decisions regarding how best to execute an investment decision.
The process entails estimating transaction costs, forecasting market impact
and risk, evaluating alternative strategies, developing optimal trading
strategies, choosing agency transaction or principal bid, and selecting
the most suitable broker-dealer.

Investors know all too well that trading too aggressively
will cause too high market impact cost, but trading too passively will
expose the fund to more risk, which may result in even higher costs. Investors
need to find an appropriate balance between cost and risk, given the goals
and objectives of the fund. Improper implementation will effectively erode
much of the value added during the investment process and may ultimately
cause investors to lose profits and funds to lose investors.

How can you maximize value instead? The answer lies in
the proactive management of transaction costs and selection of trading
strategy, the process to which this book is dedicated. Optimal Trading
Strategies presents well-developed methodologies for managing and reducing
costs throughout all stages of the investment cycle. You will find:
*Quantitative techniques for estimating, analyzing, and managing transaction
costs
*A framework for forecasting market impact and risk
*Methodologies to develop optimal trading strategies
*A process to achieve best execution
*Metrics for measuring costs and evaluating performance

Consider this: Two money managers invest in and hold
identical portfolios but one manager consistently outperforms the other
by as much as 50 to100 basis points per quarter. The more successful manager
is inevitably the one who better manages trading costs. In a highly competitive
environment where every basis point counts, it is critical to seize every
foreseeable advantage for your investors. By using the framework and techniques
presented in this book, you will better position yourself to achieve higher
portfolio returns.


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